Read about New York’s initiative in creating its own Clean Power Plan hearings when the EPA would not hold local hearings.
When wildfires are extinguished, they can leave behind dangerous wildfire smoke. Read one Montana mother’s first-hand report of raising children where the air is unhealthy to breathe.
Did you know that more snowfall during winter storms is an expected outcome of climate change? Learn about wintertime warming and other climate change effects.
2018 is a time to rally around climate action after the dramatic losses in clean air and and children’s health initiatives during the Trump administration’s first year.
Find out how you can cope with wildfires if you live in an area at risk, help others in the aftermath, and take a stand for the Clean Power Plan to reduce their occurrence in the future.
Learn how schools can and should be part of the adaptation system communities put in place to deal with climate change related extreme weather events.
Learn how wildfire smoke can harm your health, how the dangers increase as climate change increases fire risk, and find some ways to protect yourself.
Read about children in states around the country who are suing federal and state authorities for not protecting the environment and taking climate action.
Read about the latest comprehensive climate change report and find out how you can take actions that may help avoid some of the impending negative outcomes.
Children, the elderly, and people with heart disease, lung disease, and asthma are especially vulnerable to health problems caused by wildfire smoke.
Read about the threats to public health that we are already seeing in the United States, and that will continue to worsen without climate action.
Read about Hurricane Sandy survivors marching for climate action as extreme weather becomes more and more costly and Trump continues to be a climate denier.